Restaurants and other kinds of businesses were just getting ready to comply with an Obama administration rule extending overtime pay to 4.2 million workers when a federal judge in Texas issued a preliminary injunction Tuesday putting the change on hold for now.
Greenville attorney plans to continue working in private sector. Returned to private practice in Greenville in 2008.
State Reps. Rita Allison, Derham Cole, Mike Forrester, Donna Hicks and Eddie Tallon, and Sens. Tom Corbin, Harvey Peeler and Glenn Reese named "Business Advocates."
City seeking public input on new downtown design guidelines. Workshop, other meetings scheduled for Tuesday.
Spartanburg business and finance writer Brad Thomas has written a book on the GOP presidential nominee and businessman that reportedly reveals the secrets behind Donald Trump’s businesses and his brand.
Upstate business leaders predict uncertainty and opportunity after last week’s Brexit vote
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A spending bill Congress is set to vote on today contains $92 million in funding for a new federal courthouse in Greenville. The total cost of the new Greenville Federal Courthouse is expected to be $103 million.
The state’s jobless rate fell one-tenth of a point to 5.6 percent, the lowest since June 2007. It’s the fifth consecutive month the state’s unemployment rate has decreased.
While more South Carolinians have health insurance this year than last, the Palmetto State still has the 11th highest uninsured rate in the country, and some communities are gaining ground faster than others.
Last week President Barack Obama signed a rare change to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), stopping a federal mandate that insurers and business associations say would have raised insurance premiums on many businesses.
When planning health care reform, policymakers must “make sure the peripheral effects are not harmful,” said Carson, referencing the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) employer mandate, which requires a package of coverage beyond a certain number of employees. This requirement has helped stifle small business expansion, he said, which is “one of the reasons that our economy is so stagnant now.”
Retired businessman George Fletcher and City Council incumbent Amy Ryberg Doyle both won seats on City Council.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security chose Anderson-based Tactical Medical Solutions Inc. (Tacmed) as a prime vendor of individual first aid kits (IFAK).